Lee Whitlock was a British television and film actor who made his debut in the British television series The Gentle Touch in 1980 at age of 12.
Lee Whitlock career
In the television series Shine on Harvey Moon, he played Stanley Moon, Harvey Moon’s son. In The Merry Wives of Windsor, he played Robin, Falstaff’s page. He appeared in the drama series Dramarama in 1983.
He made a brief appearance in the British film Wish You Were Here, directed by David Leland, in 1987. Later that year, he rose to prominence in the BBC drama Two of Us, which was about a gay love between two young boys. He co-starred with Chris Gascoyne from Coronation Street in the school-targeted Beginning Out series on Central Television the following year.
Whitlock starred in the 1989 television film Young Charlie Chaplin directed by Bazz Taylor as Sydney Chaplin, Charlie Chaplin’s senior half-brother. Split Ends, EastEnders, Harry Enfield’s Television Show, Lovejoy, Soldier Soldier, Boon, Grange Hill, A Touch of Frost, The Detectives, Silent Witness, McCallum, Casualty, London’s Burning, and The Bill are other well-known series in which he appeared.
In the 2007 film Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, he portrayed a police officer. Whitlock played the part of Little Joe in the 1992 W.I.Z.-directed short film for the Flowered Up song “Weekender.” Whitlock played Ben Levis in four episodes of the BBC children’s drama Grange Hill in 1993.
Lee Whitlock wife
There’s no record of his marital life in our database.
Lee Whitlock children
Details about the actor’s private life never found their way on the internet so at the moment we have no definition of whether he had kids or not.
Lee Whitlock net worth
Whitlock reportedly has a net worth between the figures of $3m and $5m USD.
Lee Whitlock parents
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Lee Whitlock cause of death
Whitlock died on 17 February 2023, at the age of 54.
Lee Whitlock obituary
Taking to Twitter, his former talent agency Urban Collective penned: “Saddened by the death of our client Lee Whitlock. He wrote;
“Lee was a great character & a great actor who has left a legacy of brave & groundbreaking work achieved at a particularly young age. Lee was hugely entertaining, funny & positive to work with, condolences to family & friends. RIP.”